Conscription, commonly known as “the draft,” ended in the mid 1970s. In the intervening decades the tides of war and peace have ebbed and flowed and with both the draft has fallen out of official use and faded from public consciousness. Compulsory military service in blogger Neill Seeto’s Inoubliable Model Army, however shows no sign of decline. The latest conscript in this unforgettable legion of Neill’s is Binx, who featured this week in a nearly 2300-word exclusive interview for Inoubliable Model Army. Binx has enjoyed an extraordinary purple patch that has further intensified since the Fall 2014 ready-to-wear season. There are Binx’s recent covers for Self Service and Intermission, not to mention the British Vogue supplement, as well as campaigns for Céline and Maiyet, and scores of editorials for Vogue Paris, Dazed, i-D, LOVE, and much more that make her service in the unforgettable model army largely academic. All this success is, however is something Binx takes in stride, which along with her striking looks and inimitable personal style, make her unforgettable. When asked what makes herself not only memorable, but unforgettable, Binx eventually settled for an explanation of elegant simplicity, “I’m just chillin.” Whatever the reasoning, Binx’s Inoubliable Model Army draft status is 1-A (eligible) through and through.
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